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Old 06-04-2008, 01:23 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by 74"Twinkie" View Post
I've added a couple of pictures to my members photo list. Unfortunately I doubled the pics that I added- Does anyone know how to delete photos from the members photo list?
74' Twinkie; thanks for posting the photos of your custom GMC, very cool. I like your Argosy as well, but I guess that goes without saying given the subject matter on this forum . They look great together!

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Old 06-04-2008, 03:37 AM   #16
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I have run Chevron biodiesel B20 for most of this year and have had no ill effects nor have I seen any mileage improvements either. We only have have one station that sells the biodiesel. I have read on other forums that the biodiesel has more lubricity for the engine parts and that is why I buy it when possible. When I buy petro diesel I add stanadyne fuel addittive to help with the lubricity.
As for the used or waste veg. oil systems or WVO bio diesel I have also read on other forums that the salt from deep fryers is not 100% removed during refining to make the biodiesel. Which can cause corrosion with your fuel system. I am sure someone can chime in and may have run across this and no how to remove it. I would be eager to hear any replies on that myself. Also when using higher concentrations of the biodiesel you will need to use synthetic fuel hoses/lines where applicable on your vehicle and change your fuel filters more often.

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Old 06-04-2008, 05:58 AM   #17
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Your 50' GMC TV
Gee with a TV that big you could tow something like a 85 foot Airstream! Talk about room for full timing!
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Old 06-04-2008, 06:54 AM   #18
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When ever we have to do tank maintenance on one of our airplanes the diesel drivers here at work are like hawks circling their prey waiting for the sumped fuel. Each tank on the Herc has about 30 to 40 gals of fuel we can't legally put back in and there are 8 tanks.

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